The University of Jamestown (NAIA), located in Jamestown, ND, is seeking applicants for a Graduate Assistant Coach for our men’s volleyball program.
A graduate assistant coaching position at the University of Jamestown offers the successful applicant a path towards a coaching career. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in volleyball and the knowledge to assist the varsity program with coaching, practice planning, recruiting, office work and all other phases of the men’s volleyball program. The successful applicant must acquire a valid CDL license by the beginning of the season and the candidate must be willing to drive for team travel.
The University of Jamestown will play its inaugural season of men’s volleyball in the spring of 2020 and competes in the state-of-the-art Harold Newman Arena.
UJ’s Master of Arts in Leadership program gives leaders ethical and practical leadership skills for organizations to thrive in the 21st century. This position includes graduate tuition and meal plan.
To apply to graduate school at the University of Jamestown, visit https://my.uj.edu/ics/Admissions/Online_Forms.jnz
To apply for the position, send resume, cover letter, and the names and contact information of three references to:
Riley Salmon University of Jamestown Men’s Volleyball Coach Riley.email@example.com
Application Deadline: Review of candidates will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree, acceptance to a Graduate Program at the University of Jamestown, previous collegiate playing or coaching experience, functional computer skills, and a strong work ethic.
About University of Jamestown
University of Jamestown, established in 1883 by Presbyterian settlers, is a private, residential, liberal arts college of nearly 1,000 students. UJ is ranked 29th among regional colleges in the Midwest by U.S. News and World Report, was the first North Dakota college to be ranked a top tier school by U.S. News and World Report, is ranked Best Midwestern colleges by Princeton Review and is ranked number one college in North Dakota by Niche.